Nutrition Rich Recipes for 10 + Months Babies, Toddlers

For first time, start adding !/6 of egg yolk to baby’s milk and after one week slowly and gradually increase the amount of yolk. Then your baby will used to taste of the egg yolk.

The American Academic of Pediatrics recommends children be introduced to foods other than breast milk or infant formula when they are about 6 months old. Every child is different. Doctors used to recommend waiting to introduce eggs and other allergens until baby has reached at least 4 months, but better ask a pediatrics before adding egg to baby’s milk.
A good first place to start with introducing eggs is with the yolks only. Hard boil an egg, peel off the shell, and take the yolk out. Mash it together with breast milk, formula, (or whole milk if your baby is over 1 years old).
Whole Oats are Incredibly Nutritious. they are rich in Antioxidants, including Avenanthramides, also contain a Powerful Soluble Fiber Called Beta-Glucan. This superfood can provide your infant with the energy they need and aid their growth spurts.

Adding Egg yolk & oats to baby’s milk

One egg yolk
Three tablespoons of Oats. I used Cracked n’ Toasted Oats; you might use any kind of cracked oats.
One cup milk, (could be mother milk, formula or any animal’s milk).
Hard boiled organic egg.
separate egg yolk
press egg yolk through super fine strainer, mash them very well
In a small pot, add three Tbsps. of Cracked n’ Toasted Oats into one cup of water. Cook until it gets smooth and creamy in a low heat about 5-7 minutes
Add three Tbsps. of cooked Oat and strain it until you get a homogeneous mixture.
Add 3/4 cup lukewarm milk (one you feed baby daily)
to have a homogeneous and smooth liquid Strain aging
Make the hole a little bigger on the pacifier

Oatmeal and milk for breakfast

Three tablespoons of cooked oats
One teaspoon Chia seeds
Touch of cinnamon powder
Mix a few spoons of cooked Oats with few spoons warm milk and top with one Tsp. Chia seeds & a touch of Cinnamon for breakfast

Oats with baby’s daily milk

Two tablespoons of oats
in a small pot add one cup water and two Tbsps. Oats
on low heat cook until oats get smooth and creamy
press cooked oats through super fine strainer, Mash them very well
Add milk and strain again Fill baby’s bottle with rest of milk.
After 6 months, breastmilk is still your baby’s main source of energy and nutrients, but solid foods should now be added.
Your baby has a small stomach and needs to be eating small amounts of soft nutritious food frequently throughout the day.
In addition to grains and tubers, feed your baby a variety of foods – especially animal foods (dairy, eggs (yolk first), meat, fish, and poultry), fruits and vegetables – every day.

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